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Pulp and Paper Graduate Certificate

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12

Credit Hours

PROGRAM COST
$949 Per Credit Hour

10 to 15

Week Terms

SEMESTER BEGINS
Mid August
Early January
Late May

Online

Campus

  • Complete four courses (12 credit hours) in Chemical Engineering graduate (6000/7000 level) course work, including the core courses:
    • CHEN 6090/6096 Pulp and Paper Technology  3 hours
    • CHEN 6110/6116 Pulp and Paper Engineering  3 hours 
    • CHEN 6970/6976 Special Topics in Pulp and Paper Technology  3 hours
  • Complete one of the following elective courses:
    • CHEN 6800/6806 Biochemical Engineering  3 hours
    • CHEN 6410/6416 Macromolecular Science and Engineering  3 hours

*View a complete CHEN course list and course descriptions. Graduate courses are those listed as level ”6000” and up; those that are also offered online have a corresponding listing ending in “6.” (e.g., 6050/6506).

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Why this certificate?

The Pulp and Paper Graduate Certificate, offered through the Department of Chemical Engineering, is available to both degree and non-degree-seeking students who are interested in continuing their education but may not be ready to commit to a master's degree program. A student who earns the certificate will demonstrate an advanced level of understanding in pulp and paper engineering that can be applied in their area of specialty.

Who is eligible?

  • Those who hold a relevant bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited institution are eligible (exceptions may be approved if the student has the background needed to succeed in the graduate engineering courses).
  • There is no GRE requirement.

What can you expect?

  • Students who complete the graduate certificate will have an increased specialized knowledge in pulp and paper science and engineering.
  • If a student chooses to pursue a master's degree, all academic credit earned from the certificate may be applied toward the chemical engineering graduate degree.

How do I apply?